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SILVERSTONE Tundra Series TD03 ALL-IN-ONE Water/Liquid CPU Cooler 120MM

  • 1500~2500RPM 92.5CFM
  • Radiator Dim. 159mm (L) x 124mm (W) x 45mm (H)
  • Fan Dim. 120mm (L) x 120mm (W) x 25mm (D)
  • Fan Noise 16~33.5dBA

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The Tundra TD03 is an all-in-one liquid cooler with outstanding build quality from SilverStone. Its unique full alloy water-block is constructed with copper base and aluminum body for better durability compared to plastic-built competitions. The block has an exclusive design that eliminates screws in its construction to provide excellent cooling performance and integration of mounting bracket for easy installation. The radiator utilizes brazing fins similar to those used in top air coolers for increased heat transfer efficiency by up to 40% over traditional radiators. The TD03 is fully assembled, factory filled and sealed, so it can be used on arrival and no refill is required.
Key Features
  • Easy installation with aluminum clips and steel back-plate
  • Maintenance free, no refill required
  • Dual auto adjustable 120mm PWM fans included
  • Durable full alloy water-block for improved reliability
  • Unique brazing fins radiator increase cooling efficiency by 40%
  • Socket LGA775/115X/1366/2011/AM2/AM3/FM1/FM2

Water Block Comparison
TD03 - All Metal Construction with Copper Base
  1. Extruded aluminum mounting bracket for exceptional rigidity
  2. Unique screw-less base design for superior reliability
  3. Nickel-coated unibody aluminum block for outstanding durability
Other Designs - Plastic Cap with Screw-on Copper Base
  1. Thinner stamped steel more susceptible to bending
  2. Copper base mounted with numerous screws
  3. Less durable plastic cap
Radiator Comparison
TD03 - Premium Soldered Heatsink Fin Array

Higher heat transfer with fins touching all sides of liquid piping
Other Designs - Traditional Radiators from Non-PC Applications

Lower heat transfer with fins touching two sides of liquid piping


Unique brazing fins radiator for better heat transfer efficiency


Compact 120mm PWM fan


Aerodynamic design for quieter operation


Durable full alloy water-block with copper base and nickel-plated aluminum unibody block


Unique copper base cold plate with screw-less construction


Components included


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Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
  • Warranty
  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 5 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 5 years
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Customer Reviews of the Silverstone TD03

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  • steven d.
  • 2/8/2015 8:21:35 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsWorked great until pump died

Pros: Cools great. Idle temps in low to mid-30's and never seemed to even break 50 under load. Fairly easy to install but you will have to replace the bracket. Blue LED on water pump block a nice touch.

Cons: Dual radiator fans a bit noisier than I expected. Had to replace under warranty. 5 year mfg. warranty is a pro, however, it did cost me $20 to send back.

Other Thoughts: Was really disappointed that pump must have failed because temps all of a sudden started going 50 idle to 75+ under load. Tried resealing with new thermal paste first but did not help. Water block and hose became very warm to the touch so I assumed water was not properly flowing.

I think that I'm done with closed loop liquid coolers. This is the second one (previous one was a different brand) that has failed on me.

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  • Edward H.
  • 9/4/2014 9:47:39 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsAlright

Pros: Keeps the processor cool. My i5 idles at around 30 Celsius, and tops out at around 50 Celsius under full load.

Cons: Pump died on the first one after about a week. At first it got "chatty" (started to make a "tapping" or "ticking" noise), and then gave up the ghost. I was able to get this RMA'd through Newegg with no trouble, and this second one has so far lasted about 8 months with no issues.

The fans can get fairly loud. I've heard of some people replacing them with quieter fans, which is something I may look into at some point.

Other Thoughts: After reading the other more recent reviews, I'm starting to wonder about the quality of the pump. My current pump gets chatty at times, but so far has been performing just fine.

Installation can be a bit of a chore, and you'll want to make sure you have a nice big case to fit it into.

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  • David S.
  • 9/3/2014 11:06:16 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDefective Radiator - Leaking Fluid

Pros: Mounting hardware for CPU block/pump is strong, but not much other than this.

Cons: Defective radiator seams - leakage at top of radiator, same problem as mentioned by another customer review. This type of defect is not repairable, so the entire unit must be RMA back to Silverstone. Silverstone must have a manufacturing defect with the radiators, since other customers have experienced the same problem. I would stay away from this product until it is certain that it has been corrected.

Other Thoughts: After owning this cooler for 3 months, one day I noticed oil collecting at the bottom of the fan nearest the motherboard. At first, I thought it was coming from the fan, but upon close examination, there is a leak at the top seam of the radiator, then the cooling oil runs down and collects on the frame of the first fan.

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  • Mark S.
  • 7/30/2014 7:33:14 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsWell it was ok...

Pros: i7 3550K at 4.4Ghz ran idle at about 40-50C, 100% cpu usage was like 70-75C.

Cons: Takes effort to install and time. The cooler didn't last a year, its pump died I presume since the metal thing ontop the cpu was very hot, while the tube/radiator were sort of warm, and the fan was blowing out slightly warm air. CPU temps at idle were 70C, tried reducing my overclock to 3.5Ghz, still says 70C.

Other Thoughts: Would be great if it was easier to install, and lasts longer then 1 year.

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  • Anonymous
  • 6/20/2014 5:12:31 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

3 out of 5 eggsnot to bad really

Pros: will fit most cases with 120mm exhaust port at the back, spring loaded tighteners for mounting, offsets ensure you don't over tighten
very efficient 120mm radiator.
Can cool a moderate over clocked 2nd gen i5 (40% oc) to 65c at full load (prime95) at slightly lower noise levels compared to a mid ranged heat sink and fan. (xigmatex aiger in push pull)

Cons: cooling efficiency not very linear as fan speeds increase (75% fan speed provides near enough the same cooling as 100% possibly could use Higher static pressure fans.)
water transfer pipes seem ridiculously thin, they are very stiff kink resistant pipes. could have benefited from larger diameter piping.
Not convinced at the pumps flow rate. and think that the thin pipes are there to increase water flow rate which would generally implys the pump has to work harder than it should.

Other Thoughts: If you want water cooling aio and are willing to spend the time to configure speed fan for optimal performance to noise levels AND you can only mount a 120mm radiator then this is a good option. a h80i is probably slightly better but also slightly noiser. If the tundra 03's cooling performance scaled with fan speeds then i think the tundra 03 would out perform the h80i
if you can mount a 2x120 then i would recommend getting something els.td02 or h100i spring to mind as AIO coolers.
i would imagine the td02 could also benefit from higer static pressure fans fans too.
the one i bought from els where was on sale and cost me £67 in total. i do not think i would have been as pleased with it at a higer price point.

in summary.
Its a good 120 aio, you need to use speed fan to set the fan speeds up for best balance, could use more static pressure fans. the pump is something i would question the flow rate of. but if you can get one for ~£60-70 its hard to find a 120 AIO at the same price that can beat it.

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  • Barnaby E.
  • 4/30/2014 2:21:46 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDead after 45 days

Pros:'s prompt processing, packaging and delivery of my unit. The TD-03 was a quick and easy install in my Cooler Master Scout case and quickly lowered the temps on my Haswell i7 4771 to 24 running 60 max, which was awesome.

Cons: One of the fans leaked oil and became very noisy after 7 hours of use. No problem, I had purchased some Cougar PWM fans just in case (as some have complained about the noise levels of the included fans) which I installed and was back in business. However, just 1.5 months (approx. 50 hours of use) after purchase the pump is completely dead. It died all at once while I was playing an online game, there were no pre-warning signs or indications that it was about to fail at all. The motherboard reported 0 RPM on the header that the pump was plugged into and the fans on the radiator had ramped up to full speed. I did further testing with moving the pump to a different header as well as plugging it directly into the power supply (just incase it was a current issue) but I couldn't get the pump to move. I have sent the unit back in for RMA, I hope that I get one that works for longer than a month or two this time. TL&DR When this unit works, it works well, just don't count on it working for long.

Other Thoughts: I have been a big fan of Silverstone products in the past. I did a lot of research and comparisons before deciding on the TD-03 in hopes of paying more for a quality product that will work better & last longer. This, unfortunately, has not been my experience so far with this cooler. Hopefully Silverstone can correct the issues I have had (as well as other reviewers apparently) and restore their good name.

Manufacturer Response:

Hello and thank you for your interests SilverStone,

First we would like to apologize for any negative experiences that you have had with the TD03 Cooler. We understand that it can be frustrating to have a product stop working when you need it to work as it normally should. We want to thank you for reaching out to the USA RMA team, who we are currently working hard to providing a solution to your issue.

If you do have any further questions we invite you to call us directly and let us know so that we can assist in whatever way possible.

In order to get in contact with the US based RMA team; please call us at (909)-465-9596, during the regular business hours of Monday to Friday, 8:30 A.M to 5:30 P.M.

Best Regards,
SilverStone Tek USA.

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  • Jason S.
  • 4/8/2014 7:56:06 AM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsNot for the AMD User

Pros: Keeps things cool

Cons: Installation was a nightmare. Having to switch the cooling block to AMD compatible was so stressful. The screws are so tight and small I had to buy a special screwdriver. The first screwdriver was stripped, after buying a stronger screwdriver the screw then stripped! I was able to get one screw out. All the rest stripped out. So if you have an AMD Processor get another cooler!

Other Thoughts: The cooling block DOES NOT need to be pre-assembled for Intel.

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  • paul y.
  • 4/3/2014 8:36:50 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Amd 8350 overclocked idle temps 37c full load 45c. I have slowed fans down to 25% to make them quite.
Looks great inside my case. The blue led matches the blue leds on my motherboard.

Cons: Had to rma 3x pump stopped. The 4th cooler I got I tried something different. I plugged the pump into my ps harness instead of plugging into the motherboard.
That fixed the dead pump problem. It has been 4 months since doing that way. Before it only lasted 2 months.

Other Thoughts: To solve pump issues you should plug the pump into power supply not motherboard.

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  • Tyler R.
  • 2/13/2014 8:28:28 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood So Far

Pros: 1.) Keeps idle temps around 30c
2.) 100% load under 60c
3.) Quiet

Cons: 1.) Fan started making noise after a week (see below for fix)
2.) Expensive

Other Thoughts: I searched high and low for a closed loop liquid cooling system for my pc and after reading many reviews I bought the TD03 from Silverstone. I chose this one over the many others because of what I read on various review sites. This little sexy liquid cooling kit has kept my Haswell (4670K) cpu cool under stressful situations. Idles around 30c and I havenn't seen it break 55c even under full load across the board. One little quirk I had was probably my fault, I won't know for sure until or if the fan finally dies. I like my screws extra tight, so I applied moderate torque to the 4 fan screws and ended up cracking every single corner on these fans, no big deal it's still tight. No obnoxious noise for over a week then bam, turned on my computer and it sounded like a diesel engine. I quickly assessed the situation and found the culprit to be the inner or push fan on the radiator. I took it off, hooked it up to another PWM port on my mobo and it was silent. I re-installed the fan and it's working fine now. I do no know if I tightened it too much or if there was something in the motor or housing that fell out when I pulled the fan from the case. I'm crossing my fingers but still have some Akasa Viper PWM fans on order just in case. Overall, great liquid cooling system, much better than the Asetek 510 I had on my older system.

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  • Geoffrey U.
  • 2/10/2014 8:24:52 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Brought this to cool the FX-8320 i was installing in my first build and so far, even under a pretty heavy work load, my CPU hasn't broken 45C. Can't even hear the pump. Radiator is well built and thick. Also matches my case color scheme.

Cons: stock fans do move a heck of a lot of air but are crazy loud at full blast (but i knew that from reading previous reviews) until you lower their speed in the bios; still somewhat audible in a quiet room but otherwise not bad, Tubing if pretty stiff and kinda hard to work with and thinner then i was hoping, installation can be a bit of a pain if no one is around to lend a hand and the manual is a bit vague at time but over all nothing worth docking an over.

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